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OpenSUSE 12.2 Linux is ready

OpenSUSE 12.2 Linux is ready.

OpenSUSE, as always, supports multiple Linux desktops including KDE 4.x, GNOME 3.4, and Xfce 4.10. KDE, however, is its main desktop. OpenSUSE 12.2comes with KDE 4.8, but the developers will be updating it to the latest and greatest, KDE 4.9.1 within the next week.

Under the hood, openSUSE now uses the 3.4.6 Linux kernel. Thus, it has better Brtfs file system and graphics driver performance. Server and datacenter administrators will like that the kernel enables them to cap CPU usage across groups of processes.

When it comes time to boot the system up, openSUSE now uses GRUB2. Looking ahead to the day when Windows 8 systems try to lock out all other operating systems, openSUSE has a Fedora-like plan in place to deal with Windows 8's Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) lock-in.

For desktop users, openSUSE comes with the latest version of the best open-source office suite: LibreOffice 3.5. When it comes to your Web browsing needs, openSUSE defaults to Firefox.
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